Time passes by but one of the oldest dilemma in IT keeps getting more complicated as new options emerge. Should you license a commercial enterprise application that looks like to meet 75 % of your needs? Or would it be better to build your own application that suits you as much as possible? Through years… Continue reading To build or not to build? Or buy or switch to SaaS…Almost Shakespearean question about IT applications
In today's mobile world, Netbooks and iPads are trying to find their place. Will one push out the other? In fact these are two completely different devices with different operation. Netbooks are good for those who need just email web surfing. The iPad has higher potential due to its more powerful innards. It’s obvious that… Continue reading Netbooks vs iPads – can they coexist?
When we talk about touch screen-only Tablets, the first device coming about is the iPad. It is an awesome device in many ways. When iPad was launched earlier this year, it was pushed as a device to innovate the way we use our computers. The popularity and success of iPad naturally spawned many different manufacturers… Continue reading Which tablet is best – Apple iPad or Galaxy Tab?
The correct answer to that question depends entirely on a set of services you need your phone to provide. If you are looking for a phone with abilities to access corporate applications, exchange email, SAP etc., synchronize data and information, web browsing and MS office integration, then you should look at the Windows mobile phones.… Continue reading Which smartphone is the best one for IT user?
Lately standards-based multimedia features offered by HTML5 have taken the spotlight from proprietary technologies, such as Silverlight and Adobe's Flash. Still Silverlight has a purpose in the wake of HTML5's emergence. Moreover, so far Silverlight capabilities has exceeded those of HTML5, according to Microsoft. To put it simply, on the Web the purpose of Silverlight… Continue reading True or false: Silverlight will continue offering richer Web experience than HTML5 in nearest future.